Hello! My name is Jessica Taylor, the Owner of Reptile Cove. Reptile Cove is a reptile education company based in South Eastern Pennsylvania. Reptile Cove is currently based out of my home. I travel with various species of reptiles to provide education and entertainment at birthday parties, schools, and community and charity events. Reptile Cove is not a 503c (non-profit), but we do take in reptiles that owners wish to relinquish for one reason or another. We do not put any of these reptiles up for adoption; instead, we keep them in our care and ensure they live a fulfilled and healthy life. We often will even include them in our education program. Although our current services are educational shows, we wish to expand in this area too, but we need a facility! Some services we aim to offer include classes for people of all ages, summer camps, native reptile and amphibian removal, ect.
Growing up, my family had all kinds of pets, from your typical dogs, cats, and hamsters to your iguanas and Madagascar hissing cockroaches. However, I learned quickly that many people were scared of reptiles and had a lot of misconceptions about them. So, in 10th Grade, I decided I would start my own business, and after completing an internship with American Alligators, the idea of Reptile Cove was born. My family's love for reptiles and passion for teaching people all about these fantastic creatures is what started all of this, and we hope that you'll develop the same appreciation for them that we have! Our mission is to teach everyone about various species of reptiles and how wonderful they can be! We want to change the negative perceptions that people can have about reptiles and amphibians, and the best way to do that is through education!
Please donate to our fundraiser and help us open our zoo; we genuinely appreciate any support you give us. Also, please follow us on social media and keep up with our progress! We can be found on all social media platforms under the username @reptilecovepa
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